• 12/11/19: Hello, adventure reader, how are you doing? I want to thank you for taking the time to embark on a journey across my homeland of Canada. The consensus of the trip was to see my country and all the beauty that resides within it. My passion for landscape photography has inspired me to have taken several months to myself back in the summer of 2016 to pack up all my gear in my car, and drive over 4800 kilometers (2982 miles) from Edmonton, Alberta, to my hometown of Clare, Nova Scotia, and then head north towards North Sydney in Cape Breton to jump onto a ferry and take a boat ride towards where some people might know as the Rock, and also as Newfoundland. After departing Newfoundland, it was time to get back on the mainland and go onto another island on the East Coast, Prince Edward Island. The next stop after I was done visiting PEI was New Brunswick.With the beauties that lie in the vast province of Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island forever…

  • 12/04/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time, and take care.The influence emotional energy portrays and governs our light of consciousness instigates a strength beyond what we comprehend of our phycological infrastructure. We possess the knowledge and moral-ethical practices to apply practical and logical actions instead of reacting off inherent biases we’ve conditioned our mindset throughout our lives. Not all subconsciously measures result in adverse outcomes. The ancestral philosophy we carry within ourselves serves crucial importance throughout our journey. Without the lessons attained from our pas…

  • 12/03/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.The initiative I retain in conjunction with my creative entity will progress until the light of consciousness within myself fades away. I believe the effort I’m placing within my craft and towards my skillsets will provide the means to fulfill the purpose that I seek. There’s no promise of prosperity in line with the perception of the unknown, but retaining my understanding towards the horizon opens an incentive to pursue landscapes I want to discover. There is the moment the foreseeable steps I’m taking are vague in trajectory, but active in…

  • 12/03/19: Hello and welcome to one of the first installment of my travel videos across the wonderful landscapes that are situated on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The travel videos started in the summer of 2017, shortly after I arrived on the island. The videos showcase snippets of some of the locations I capture throughout my photography journey. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the wonderful beauty that’s nestled on Vancouver Island.Original Caption For the Video:Hello and welcome to the third installment of my adventures throughout the beautiful landscape of Vancouver Island. In this episode, I drive alongside the East Coast ocean view route and head north towards Mount Washington to get a bird’s eye view of the gorgeous mountain landscape. Afterward, I make my way to Elk Falls and Englishman Falls Provincial Park to look at one of nature’s stunning examples of what time and running water can create. Join along for the adventure and enjoy!If you w…

  • 12/02/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.The act of charity is a practice and a state of selfless consciousness that exemplifies the potential useful embedded within our plane of existence. As the societal landscape continues, it’s progressional discourse through time, gestures like kindness to others haven’t disappeared. Providing a helping hand to individuals in some form of disposition hasn’t lost its value to the worldwide community we’ve established as conscious entities. We obtain emotional sustenance from the morally driven conduits created from our interactions. The purely com…

  • 11/30/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.The simple pleasures accessible within our grasp is often forgotten in the noise originating from the profound infrastructure we’ve titled our modern society. The initiatives bespoke on our focal perception requires a substantial source of energy to keep up with the demand we instill on our light of consciousness. The amount of volume of information that processes through the neurological channels interconnected within our mental state is a phenomenal feat of biological achievements. The reality of the deprivation our phycological entity end…

  • 11/29/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.The journey you conceptualize through your mind can reconfigure its trajectory when you take the initiative of approaching the horizon. As you begin the inaugural motions and gain momentum towards your objective, the vast landscape that spans between your light of consciousness and the purpose your seeking holds a story beyond anything you’ll ever conceive in the present perception. The various pathways that’ll present themselves will challenge your entity to its fullest potential, beyond the threshold you recognize. The beauty of the adv…

  • 11/28/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.The creation of the light of consciousness and the landscape that surrounds it is a marvel to behold. Beyond the perception we conceive, the imagination embedded within our neurological infrastructure urges our intuition to explore the horizons facing each of our journeys. We as an entity of evolution have gone through various periods of adversity and achievements which has created the bedrock of our creative endeavors to flourish. The story of life on this planet is an astronomical tale that in itself brings value to the existential beings tha…

  • 11/27/19: Hello and welcome to one of the first installment of my travel videos across the wonderful landscapes that are situated on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The travel videos started in the summer of 2017, shortly after I arrived on the island. The videos showcase snippets of some of the locations I capture throughout my photography journey. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the wonderful beauty that’s nestled on Vancouver Island. Original Caption For The Video:Hello and welcome to the second installment of my adventures throughout the beautiful landscape of Vancouver Island. I took the time to admire a truly astonishing piece of history, hopped onto the ferry to do the crossing towards Salt Spring Island. And I took the time to venture and explored the coastline trails and soak in the views the island has to offer. Join along and enjoy it!If you want to learn more about me, please check out my website at…

  • 11/27/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.The limitations we interpret is a construct perceived from various reactions towards facing the unknown. Moments of challenging trials instigate a sense of uncertainty that automatically triggers subconscious mechanisms embedded within our neurological infrastructure. We carry a version of mental firmware that’s been in development for quite some time. Earlier versions of our state of consciousness required highly receptive and intuitive senses to survive in dangerous circumstances. As time progresses through the stages of evolutionary gro…

  • 11/27/19: Hello, and welcome to travel vlog I did back in 2017 out in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. The landscape out here changes so much throughout each season. In this post, you’ll get to see a little bit of what Banff National Park looks like in the winter settled months. Enjoy the accompanying photos, and if you’re interested in learning more about me, please click on the link below. Take care.A Walk Through The Icy Johnston Canyon: January 2017 Vlog Entry In Banff National Park

    The last time I was in Banff was at the end of August this past summer. Now with the winter season fully settled in, it was time to see another side of the landscape that I left behind several months ago.Arguably two very famous locations, Moraine and Peyto Lake, are worth taking the time to check out while traveling in Banff National Park. The beautiful colors that radiate from these bodies of water are absolutely stunning. 

  • 11/26/19: Hello, adventure reader, how are you doing? I want to thank you for taking the time to embark on a journey across my homeland of Canada. The consensus of the trip was to see my country and all the beauty that resides within it. My passion for landscape photography has inspired me to have taken several months to myself back in the summer of 2017 to pack up all my gear in my car, and drive over 4800 kilometers (2982 miles) from Edmonton, Alberta, to my hometown of Clare, Nova Scotia, and then head north towards North Sydney in Cape Breton to jump onto a ferry and take a boat ride towards where some people might know as the Rock, and also as Newfoundland. After departing Newfoundland, it was time to get back on the mainland and go onto another island on the East Coast, Prince Edward Island.Article #3: Beautiful Sunset Beachs In Prince Edward Island.We continue the Canadian cross country road trip with yours genuinely making his way back to North Sydney,…

  • Yes he did! I haven’t read the book Outliers yet, I have it on my must-read list, I’m looking forward to reading it :) Thank you so much for taking the time to read my article, I hope you enjoyed it. Take care, talk soon.

  • 11/25/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.The discourse of our narrative when we focus on our purpose integrates an objective that on face value appears simple to execute. In reality, the complexity required to facilitate the infrastructure that is our life’s intent goes far beyond the lines of basic perception. The outlines we follow at any given moment changes with little to no warning. The trajectory one light of consciousness creates predominately cannot correlate a pathway for others to follow. As living entities that harbor the cognitive power to enact thought into action, the inv…

  • 11/23/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.In the journey of the light of consciousness, the landscape that lays facing us goes far and wide. The distance between your present stance and the beacon of accomplishment and self-fulfillment can be a lifetime away to reach. Realizations of this perception are difficult to conceptualize when we acknowledge the concept of the finite resource of time slowly dissipates from our hands. Instinctively we react in the manner of immediate action to acquire rapid results. The reality is we need to understand it takes extended periods of time to cul…

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      I think it was Malcolm Gladwell who noted it takes about 10,000 hours to master something complex.

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        Yes he did! I haven’t read the book Outliers yet, I have it on my must-read list, I’m looking forward to reading it :) Thank you so much for taking the time to read my article, I hope you enjoyed it. Take care, talk soon.

  • 11/22/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.The entity that is the light of consciousness embodies all the necessary assets to conceive the act of fulfillment to forge the path of its journey. The neurological framework to support our endeavors, the internal energy to propel towards our objectives, and the phycological algorithms that cascade our decisions to align subconscious thought into physical action all lies within ourselves. We might not recognize these traits within our perception of ourselves, and with that, this is where the journey of searching within the introspective beg…

  • 11/21/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.Simplicity has proven value throughout my life as a means to carry my light of consciousness in the most optimal manner possible. The complexity of the societal landscape that I partake establishes adversity that challenges my present conditioning on how I react to the circumstances facing me. The moment I showcase a sense of confident wielding in my actions is when I materialize the concept into knowledge. When the experience settles into my neurological infrastructure that’s when I can analyze and break down all the components from the new…

  • 11/20/19: Hello, adventure reader, how are you doing? I want to thank you for taking the time to embark on a journey across my homeland of Canada. The consensus of the trip was to see my country and all the beauty that resides within it. My passion for landscape photography has inspired me to have taken several months to myself back in the summer of 2017 to pack up all my gear in my car, and drive over 4800 kilometers (2982 miles) from Edmonton, Alberta, to my hometown of Clare, Nova Scotia, and then head north towards North Sydney in Cape Breton to jump onto a ferry and take a boat ride towards where some people might know as the Rock, and also as Newfoundland. 

    ARTICLE #2: STEPPING ONTO THE ASTONISHING LANDSCAPE THAT IS NEWFOUNDLAND
    With my hometown slowly fading in my rearview mirror as I am making my north on Highway 101, I set up camp in Cape Breton at a campground nearby the Seal Island Bridge. Having driven for several hours and wondering why I’m leaving th…

  • 11/20/19: This short article alongside other articles were written from the inspiration I’d gain from the images I’ve captured. I love to look deep into the world of the introspective being we all harbor, and writing my thoughts on the manner has been a great outlet to explore a deeper part of myself. I will be posting these articles in between my travel blogs, so sit back and enjoy. Thank you for your time and take care.With all the work I produce in relation to my creative self, one of the intuitive practices I place on my approval process to my artistic profile is how well will the piece of content ages throughout our existential presence on our plane of life. I dedicate an immense resource of internal energy to my craft, and I take great pride in the final product. The course of where my content goes after departing from my thoughts all varies on how it gets received through the societal landscape that it circulates. I intuitively fabricate the narrative of…

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